Accredited High School Diploma Program for Your Learners
With over 30,000 graduates annually, Penn Foster is one of the largest, privately licensed high schools in the United States. Delivered in an online or blended-learning setting, Penn Foster High School is both regionally and nationally accredited. As the trusted solution for employers, educators, and human service organizations, we provide opportunities and pathways for compulsory age students and adult learners to earn their high school diploma.
Our high school solutions — from our robust, full curriculum to individual credit recovery and career-focused courses — are designed to meet the unique needs of your organization and learners.
This program includes:
High School Curriculum
- 16.5 core credits
- 5 elective credits
- Career pathway options
- Flexible exams and assignments
Penn Foster’s accredited High School Diploma Program curriculum is designed to help learners further their education and serve as the foundation for career pathways in the future. Our flexible, online courses align with state and national high school standards, ensuring your learners develop the essential skills they need for personal and professional success. The course curriculum covers:
- 9th -12th grade English, math, science, and history
- 19+ vocational, academic, and general education electives
- Written communication and reading skills
- Interpersonal skills
JEVS Partners with Penn Foster to Offer Second Chance for Learners
In search of a self-paced, online education solution to allow students the opportunity to earn their high school diploma. To date, the Penn Foster program has a 90% completion rate, and an increased drive to succeed from participants.
Chicago CRED Partners with Penn Foster for Education Opportunities
CRED chose to partner with Penn Foster to offer their participants the opportunity to earn their high school diploma in a flexible, online environment.
Our Proven High School Learning Model
High-quality, online education for your learners
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